MSgt Jerry Shriver

Jerry Michael Shriver
Master Sergeant
CCS, MACV-SOG, 5TH SF GROUP, USARV
Army of the United States
Sacramento, California
September 24, 1941 to June 10, 1974
(Incident Date April 24, 1969)
JERRY M SHRIVER is on the Wall at Panel W26, Line 41

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7 Responses to MSgt Jerry Shriver

  1. Wade says:

    I’m guessing someone whom was close, condolences. My dad, father in law and best friend all marines, got to love them.

  2. formwiz says:

    Mad Dog.

    Too many people use the term badass as if they knew what it meant. Read Mad Dog’s story and you’ll know what it means.

  3. Unclezip says:

    I remember. Surrounded by the enemy from the inside, just the way he liked ’em. And yeah, a true American badass.

  4. Sigproshooter says:

    SOG, one of the best books ever written about Americans. I still have my original copy.

  5. Tennessee Budd says:

    Jerry Shriver made serious badasses nervous. Too fast to live, too young to die.

  6. Wtf says:

    Kenny – this is touching, but maybe redact the personal email addresses from the notes you featured.

    • Wirecutter says:

      That’s not my site and I don’t have any control over the page itself – I started it but I can’t edit it. Besides, those folks submitted those addresses themselves knowing they were going to be published online.

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